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Now you can print a beautiful cake

31. December 2009 05:00 by Danielle Bernhard in clickinks, canon, consumables, compatible ink, find cartridge, diy, epson printer  //  Tags:   //   Comments (3)
Professional bakeries, and home based cake decorators, a new fun way to decorate is now available. Novelty baked goods such as photograph cakes have been made at larger commercial bakeries and grocery stores, now you can decorate your own cake at home using edible ink. Cake decoration has long been a serious art. From birthday cakes to wedding cakes, cake artists will tell you that it is all about presentation. All you need is a good photo printer from Canon or Epson, like the Canon IP or Canon Pixma, compatible ink cartridges or a refill kit and edible icing sheets.


Many cake decorating supply stores carry edible ink and icing sheets. I even found it online at Kopykake and Icingmagic

Once an image is printed on an icing sheet, you can simply place it on top of the frosted cake or other baked good. The icing sheet will seamlessly absorb into cake frosting.

The use of an inkjet printer allows any one that is proficient with a computer to display perfect logos, complete Photoshop designs, family photographs and more like a true culinary artist.

You may want to thoroughly clean your printer before inserting your cartridges filled with edible ink. This way you can have your cake and feel comfortable eating it too.

I found a beautiful example at Sweetmoments


Who knew a regular photo printer could do so much! Whether you are a professional culinary artist or a mom who loves to create top notch birthday cakes, you will want to experiment with edible inks and see where this new method of cake decoration takes you.

If you have a great cake recipe or have accomplished a beautiful design, please share with us in the comments below.

Comments (3) -

Bradley Senkovich
Bradley Senkovich
12/31/2009 3:56:47 PM #

Here is a cool site I found. www.coolest-birthday-cakes.com. Especially the wheel of fortune cake.
i912.photobucket.com/.../wheel-of-fortune-01c.jpg

Bradley Senkovich
Bradley Senkovich
12/31/2009 3:58:35 PM #

I still think my Grooms Cake was the best in the world. Bobba Fett never tasted this good:

i912.photobucket.com/.../001.jpg

Danielle
Danielle
12/31/2009 4:04:05 PM #

Those are great! I may have to try to print a Wheel of fortune!

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